UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance will be presenting ‘DanceWorks’ on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 3 p.m. in the University Theatre located in UW-Green Bay’s Theatre Hall. Under the artistic direction of Denise Carlson-Gardner, come celebrate dance in a concert of faculty and student choreography representing a diverse medley of styles. Learn more.
The opening reception for ‘나무 (Wood): Explorations in Woodworking’ will be taking place on Thursday, Mar. 7, 2019 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Lawton Gallery, located in UW-Green Bay’s Theatre Hall building. The exhibit will be featuring wooden sculptures and furniture by Minkyu Lee and Mark Sauter. The exhibition will be open from Thursday, Mar. 7, 2019 through Thursday, Mar. 28, 2019 and can be viewed during the gallery’s hours of operation: Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Learn more.
UW-Green Bay Jazz Ensembles will be performed on Thursday, Mar. 14, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Theatre located in UW-Green Bay’s Theatre Hall building. Led by directors Adam Gaines and John Salerno, UW-Green Bay has a long enjoyed a tradition of excellence in jazz and hosts UW-Green Bay Jazz Fest, one of the oldest of its kind in Wisconsin. Jazz Ensembles I & II will be joined for this performance by the UW-Green Bay Jazz Combo and the Vocal Jazz Ensemble to perform traditional swing, original arrangements and many other contemporary styles. Learn more.
The Lawton Gallery (UW-Green Bay Campus) would like to thank everyone for an amazing semester. This semester, the Lawton has been honored to host Barbara Diener, who explored the paranormal through her photography, show off the some of the University’s own collection including work from the branch campuses and present the UW-Green Bay Juried Student exhibition. Watch for these upcoming exhibitions:
2019 Faculty Exhibition, January 31 through February 28, 2019
Featuring artwork from our very own Art and Design faculty including, for the first year, faculty from Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan campuses.
(Wood): Explorations in Woodworking
March 7 through March 28, 2019
Exhibition of wooden sculptures and furniture by Minkyu Lee and Mark Sauter
April 13 through May 16, 2019
UW-Green Bay Art and Design students exhibit the final accumulation of their artwork made during their undergraduate careers.
“Nunsense: The Mega-Musical,” presented by UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance, will be performed on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 and Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., at the University Theatre, located in UW-Green Bay’s Theatre Hall. This all-new “Mega-Musical” version promises more nuns, more laughs and super-sized production numbers! Learn more and get tickets.
“The Revolutionists,” written by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Prof. Laura Riddle (Theatre), will be hitting the stage on Oct. 12-13 and 18-19-20, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at the University Theatre, Theatre Hall, located on the UW-Green Bay campus. Taking place during the Reign of Terror in Paris, France, the play follows playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, Haitian activist Marianne Angelle and former queen Marie Antoinette as they hang out before each of them loses their head.
Tickets can be purchased online, in person at the University Ticketing and Information Center located in UW-Green Bay’s University Union or by phone at 920-465-2400. View the calendar of UW-Green Bay Theatre and Dance’s mainstage and studio events.
“The Revolutionists,” by Lauren Gunderson and directed by Prof. Laura Riddle (Theatre), will give its first performance on Friday, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the University Theatre, Theatre Hall, Green Bay Campus. Additional performances will take place Saturday, Oct. 13, and Thursday, Oct. 18 through Saturday, Oct. 20. Find more information or purchase tickets online. Tickets can also be purchased at the University Ticketing and Information Center, University Union.
Set in Paris, France during the Reign of Terror, the play invites members of the audience to join playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, Haitian activist Marianne Angelle and former queen Marie Antoinette as they hang out before each of them loses their head. More to come.
Visiting International Scholar Dr. Ovidu Olar (Humanities), a Senior Researcher at the N. Iorga Institute of History of the Romanian Academy of Sciences, will be delivering three public presentations at UW-Green Bay:
- Monday, Sept. 17, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.: “Between the Devil and the Deep Black Sea: Jazz under Communism,” will also feature a live jazz performance by Associate Prof. Adam Gaines (Music) and company will take place at the Fort Howard Hall in the Weidner Center.
- Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.: The UW-Green Bay Global Studies Roundtable “Romania and the EU” will be held in the UW-Green Bay’s University Union Alumni Room (formerly 103).
- Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.: Forum “The Life and Times of the “Calvinist” Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople Kyrillos Loukaris (d. 1638)” will take place in UW-Green Bay’s Theatre Hall 331B.
It’s been a busy season for UW-Green Bay music. End-of-semester performances included Jazz Ensembles I and II on Nov. 21; the 630 Concert Series — Miles Davis’ Birth of the Cool — on Nov. 29; Vocal Jazz Ensemble singing Doo-Wop on Nov. 30; Wind Ensemble/Studio Orchestra and Symphonic Band on Dec. 01 and the Concert Choir and University Singers on Dec. 05.
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It’s called the Student Convocation Recital, and it’s set for this Friday (Nov. 20), from 12:15 to 1 p.m. or so in the University Theatre in Theatre Hall. Any and all members of the campus community are invited to stop by for the program, which will feature talented UW-Green Bay music students in a variety of solo and duo repertoire performances. Assistant Prof. Michael Rector says potential recital-goers shouldn’t worry about arriving late or leaving early because of busy mid-day schedules — the event is by design a little informal and students appreciate the support, regardless.